Announcements

  • Meal Distribution During Distance Learning:
    Grab and Go Sack Breakfast and Lunch will be available to all children ages 1-18 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays.

    On Mondays you will receive a breakfast and lunch meal for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. On Thursdays you will receive a breakfast and lunch meal for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. If you are unable to pick up meals, we are providing delivery service. Please call (608) 361-3136 to arrange for delivery.

    Grab and Go Meals are available for pickup from Converse Elementary, Gaston Elementary, Hackett Elementary, Merrill Elementary, Robinson Elementary and Todd Elementary.

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  • Menus | The School District of Beloit 

    The School District of Beloit and Aramark are excited to introduce NutriSlice, an online platform and mobile app that allows you to view your school's menus, learn nutritional values and rate your food! You can view breakfast and lunch menus at: https://sdb.nutrislice.com/ or download the Nutrislice app to your mobile device on Google Play or the App store. Just look for the icon below.

       
    THE SCHOOL-BASED AFTERSCHOOL SNACK PROGRAM  

    1. What is the Afterschool Snack Program? 
    The Afterschool Snack Program is a federally assisted snack program operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions. The Afterschool Snack Program is administered at the Federal level by the Food and Nutrition Service. At the State level, the program is usually administered by State education agencies, which operate the program through agreements with local school food authorities in 25,978 schools and institutions. 

    2. How does the Afterschool Snack Program work? 
    The Afterschool Program operates similar to the National School Lunch Program. Generally, public or nonprofit private schools of high school grade or under and public or nonprofit private residential child care institutions may participate in the Afterschool Snack Program. School districts and independent schools that choose to take part in the snack program receive cash subsidies from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for each snack they serve. In return, they must serve snacks that meet Federal requirements, and they must offer free or reduced price snacks to eligible children. 

    3. What are the food requirements for afterschool snacks?
    Afterschool snacks must contain at least two different components of the following four: a serving of fluid milk; a serving of meat or meat alternate; a serving of vegetables or fruits or full strength vegetable or fruit juice; a serving of whole grain or enriched bread or cereal.  

     

    NEED A SNACK?

    Click the link below and fill out a request form 

    Request Form

     
      

    GOING ON A FIELD TRIP AND WANT TO TAKE BREAKFAST OR LUNCH WITH YOU?

    Click the link below and fill out a request form 

    Field Trip Notification